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Important Safety Video

Click on the picture for a 5-minute YouTube training video that demonstrates procedures for safety that all Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Spot volunteers should watch before they hit the roads to perform a clean up.

KOBA, working in concert with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Department and the towns of Westminster, Seneca and Walhalla, has identified areas around the county of particular concern for litter blight.  Such sites are included in KOBA’s new Adopt-A-Spot program, where citizens, community and civic organizations, and youth groups can join KOBA volunteer forces to clean up and beautify Oconee County. KOBA’s Adopt-A-Spot program works in cooperation with the premier Adopt-A-Highway program that has been in existence for many years.  

Adopt-A-Spot identifies high-visibility littered areas and enables volunteers to tackle smaller, more manageable locations.  Minimum requirements for Adopt-A-Spot include twice a year litter pickup, interim oversight, a report card after each pickup, and following our safety training.

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